All About Jazz

Home » Search Center » Results: Camoci Records

Results for "Camoci Records"

Advanced search options

Album

A South Asian Suite

Label: Camoci Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: The Gypsies of Rajasthan; After the Monsoon; Pilgrimage to the Ganges; River Song; Arise Dancing Dervish!; Sufi Stomp (Soull of Sindh); Guatama’s Footsteps; Mountain Song; Ode to the Martyrs; Journey South.

3

Article: Album Review

Arun Ghosh: A South Asian Suite

Read "A South Asian Suite" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


One second? No. Five seconds? Getting there. Ten? Almost. Fourteen seconds. That's how long it takes. Fourteen seconds into “The Gypsies Of Rajasthan," and the first of A South Asian Suite's irresistibly danceable grooves jumps out of the speakers. The idea that jazz is a music for dancing may sometimes seem a rather alien notion these ...

4

Article: Album Review

Arun Ghosh: A South Asian Suite

Read "A South Asian Suite" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Clarinetist/composer Arun Ghosh's first two albums catapulted him to the forefront of the UK jazz scene. The British-Asian's beguilingly eclectic influences from India, the Middle East and UK urban culture spawned music on Northern Namaste (Camoci Records, 2008) and Primal Odyssey (Camoci Records, 2011) that interwove haunting melodies, groove-driven ensemble play and ecstatic soloing. Ghosh won ...

112

Article: Album Review

Arun Ghosh: Primal Odyssey

Read "Primal Odyssey" reviewed by Ian Patterson


Clarinetist Arun Ghosh's debut, Northern Namaste (Camoci Records, 2008), signaled the arrival of a significant musician/composer on the UK jazz scene. Blending Indian and western instruments, Ghosh drew 12 musicians from Indian folk and jazz traditions to create something utterly fresh sounding; lyrical and highly melodic, celebratory and swinging, Ghosh's obvious virtuosity on clarinet was a ...

Album

Primal Odyssey

Label: Camoci Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Caliban's Revenge; Unravel; Yerma; Lal Qil'ah (The Red Fort); Headrush; Intifada; Eros; Damascus; Icarus; Nocturne (Chandra Dhun).

111

Article: Album Review

Arun Ghosh: Primal Odyssey

Read "Primal Odyssey" reviewed by Bruce Lindsay


Primal Odyssey, the second album from British/Asian clarinetist and composer Arun Ghosh, is yet more evidence that the Northwest of England is a creative center for some of the most stylish contemporary jazz. Admittedly, Ghosh is now based in London, but the towns of his formative years must take some of the credit for nurturing and ...

Album

Northern Namaste

Label: Camoci Records
Released: 2008


Engage

Contest Giveaways
Enter our latest contest giveaway sponsored by AGS Recordings

Get more of a good thing

Our weekly newsletter highlights our top stories and includes your local jazz events calendar.